Sticks n Sushi been a growing success story in London with six restaurants here - and here comes their seventh, right in the heart of Soho. Expect the usual huge range of yakitori, sushi plates and more.
It's been common knowledge for a while that Australian chef Shaun Presland had his sights set on opening a restaurant here in London, called Pacific.
If you're wondering why this is big news, well Shaun's a hugely well-respected Aussie chef, who's spent years learning about Japanese cooking from some of the best Japanese chefs in the world. Oh, and he also spent seven whole years just learning about sushi. Most recently he was executive chef at Sake
The former executive sushi chef at Zuma is opening a tiny sushi restaurant in the Television Centre at White City development. With just 15 seats expect this to be a restaurant booking to boast about.
Londoners do love an all-you-can-eat brunch and the new sushi one at Kaia at The Ned is a doozy.
Taking over three storeys on the King's Road, the Danish company's new sushi and yakitori sticks spot will feature a private dining room with a difference - you get your own chef, staff, music and even lift!
Sushi in Fitzrovia from the people behind Chisou
Sushi and wagyu in Islington
Got a promotion to celebrate? Or a friend's birthday you want to push the boat out for? Well the new 20th birthday box from Sushi Shop could be right up your street.
The £50 set was created in collaboration with Aquitaine producer Autour du Caviar for the sushi company's 20th anniversary and each box comes with a 'free' 10g tin of caviar. The set itself contains 32 pieces of sushi and a portion of spicy tuna tartare in its centre. And we'd eat it all
If you enjoy an interactive dining experience this new steak and sushi spot delivers main courses to you ready to cook over a hot stone.
One of the first restaurants to open up as part of London Bridge Station's redevelopment is YO! bringing sushi and katsu chicken to commuters and locals
Ex-Chisou Head Chef Kodi heads up the team behind this new sushi restaurant on Charlotte Street, so there are high expectations here.
The next chef collaboration for Sushi Shop has just been announced and it's a big one. Launching in January, the new menu has been created with Anne-Sophie Pic, the only female French chef to have three Michelin stars.
It's the latest in a line of high profile signing of chefs for the sushi chain. Last year they brought in Michelin star chef Kei Kobayashi from Paris.
In the new menu, you can expect delights like fresh goat’s cheese, matcha green tea and bergamot California or a yellow tail,
After success in the St Germain de Prés area of Paris, soba specialists Yen are now making the move to London, bringing with them their traditional Japanese noodles, tempura, and a sushi counter.
If you're wondering why Inigo's hand rolls are different, picture something shaped more like a sushi burrito and you wouldn't be far off. They'll also be using Japanese-style ingredients not oft seen in a traditional sushi, like wasabi peas, macadamia nuts and broccoli.
Try this new Japanese spot just off Oxford Street, but don't expect the traditional menu...
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